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[ LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO ] [ BRANDON SWANSON]


PERSONAL BACKGROUND [ BIOGRAPHY ]

Currently I am a Landscape Architecture and environm I decided to attend school at Utah State to gain new e greatest cities in the U.S. it has had a strong impact o Growing up in Chicago I was able to see firsthand urb Knowing the history of the development of Chicago is surrounding areas. I have experienced the fast passed Additionally Chicago serves as a time line for the start perceive our environment.

My design experience has involved many aspects of la mechanical process I have been involved in extensive document plans including cor-ten steel retaining, perv possible as well as environmentally sustainable. Desig campus planning, mixed use developments and much opportunity to develop into a diverse landscape archite not have interest in. In visiting more cities and understanding the experienc for a large plethora of visitors in which all could enjoy people, the community, and the environment allows fo

[ PERSONAL BIOGRAPHY ] As humans we are not content with indulging ourselve excitement, new experiences and further knowledge o being original, creative, and finding new solutions. Wh traveled the world or even had the opportunity to visit which I hope to embrace when the opportunity arises. snowboarding. During these activities I push myself to learning and play has allowed me to become well roun


mental planning student at Utah State University. Originally from the Chicago-land area experiences in an area I wasn’t as familiar with. Being that I grew up close to one of the on my design approach and inspiration in becoming a Landscape Architect. ban planning, the history of high rise architecture, urban design, and trends in urban sprawl. important in understanding trends throughout large cities and the impact it may have on d culture of living in a large city and cultural norms when considering design for the public. t of the architectural era all the way to modern designs and ideas which change the way we

andscape architecture in both mechanical processes and design processes. Through the e grading and drainage plans. Additionally, I have designed several unique construction vious pavements, and a variety of planting plans. These applications make unique designs gn applications consist urban design, urban planning, residential design, park master plans, h more. Throughout each project pertaining to landscape architecture it has provided me the ect. Through these experiences I have learned which fields I excel in and which areas I may

ce or different areas I imagine my strength would be within urban design. Designing spaces is what inspires me as a designer. Designing sustainable urban spaces which benefit the or a better lifestyle for all.

es in only minimal activities, hobbies and passions. I am an active individual who seeks of my surroundings. Rather than staying on the path that others have followed I take pride in hen I have the means exploration of new adventures is endless to me. Although I have not other countries the urge to experience new cultures and settings is a euphoric excitement The activities that I participate in are soccer, fitness, boating, hiking, camping, and o exit my comfort zone in search of new accomplishments. Maintaining an even balance of nded in a variety of skillsets.


BRANDON D. SWANSON Current Address: 709 E 900 N #12 Logan, Utah 84321 Permanent Address: 315 Herbert St. Downers Grove, IL 60515 Phone: (630) 532-9411 E-Mail bswa0221@gmail.com

DESIGN

[ RESUME DESIGN PHILOSOPHY ]

Entry Level Landscape Architect EDUCATION: BLA Landscape Architecture & Environmental Planning Utah State University, Logan, UT.

RECOGNITION:

May 2014 GPA: 3.30

- Dean’s List at Utah State University - Member, American Society of Landscape Architecture at Utah State University - Eligible for Sigma Lambda Alpha Honor, awarded for academic excellence

LANDSCAPE DESIGN PROJECTS:

Community Design Team Project - Consulted with University facilities - Designed to specific codes and regulations - Collaborated with team members Mark’s Landscape Design & Maintenance LLC. - Self-consulted with home owners to revamp backyard landscape - Designed Schematic with home owners - Demolished and installed patios - Assigned responsibility for mulching and edging Purple Martin Birdhouse Eagle Project- Bolingbrook Park District - Served as Project Manager for constructing and installing birdhouses - Budgeted, purchased, and designed project - Organized project with Bolingbrook Park District staff

RELEVANT WORK EXPERIENCE:

Nursery Assistant Wannamaker’s Garden Center - Assisted customers with plant selection - Plant maintenance, pruned, and deadheaded - Designed and created plant displays

SKILLS:

Computer Skills: - Adobe Creative Suite - AutoCAD experience, 7 years - AutoCAD Architecture - Google Sketch Up - Lumion - ArcMap Additional Skills: - Hand Graphics - Artistic Drawing - Model Building

LEADERSHIP & SERVICE:

Fall 2013

Summer 2013

Spring 2009

Summer 2011/2012 Downers Grove, IL.

- ArcCatalog - Certified in G.I.S. - Microsoft Word - Microsoft Excel - MS PowerPoint - Sony Vegas Video Editing

Boy Scouts of America Eagle Scout - Practiced leadership skills, discipline, and communication - Developed life skills - Displayed teamwork in completing projects - Volunteered to help community

Spring 2009


[ DESIGN PHILOSOPHY ] My design philosophy in the area of landscape architecture derives from my roots in growing up at the front door of development, Chicago. In being the largest city that I have visited and also the meca of architecture this diverse city has had a strong influence on all eras of design. From gothic architectural skyscrapers to the modernist approach of designing parks and open space Chicago can be a time machine through the evolution of my profession. Development is constant in the Chicago land area and through the years buildings and landscapes can change drastically. Through this vision I have seen what works, what doesn’t work, what’s functional and what isn’t instilling trial and error throughout my conscious design ideas. Not everything that I have seen and experienced in the Chicago land area is near perfect. Urban decay in surrounding areas such as Detroit and Gary show the scares to communities that have fallen. Pollution and overdevelopment which cripple the environment is an eye sore to some areas. A fallen economy shows obvious signs when projects such as the Spire are halted leaving a gaping hole in the center of the city. Poverty and violence surely aren’t censored when people talk about the city of Chicago. This is where my philosophy of design has been sculpted. Designing to preserve the past, designing for a more sustainable future, and providing a solid structure for the city to thrive and grow in a positive direction. Whether I am designing for a small town, college, or an urban metropolis it all reflects the present and future of the area. I focus on designing towards the needs and desires of all users and try to stress their needs as much as possible. Environmental sustainability is not only my approach on designing but it has been transitioning towards the industry trend for some time now. Designing towards using minimal materials and resources will allow spaces to have the least impact on the environment. We have noticed trends from neoclassical all the way through post modernism when designing architecture throughout the world. With climate change affecting our everyday life a new style of architecture is being introduced being a sustainable modernist design. This includes the construction of green roofs, pervious paving, zerascape, and energy saving engineering for a better future.


URBAN DESIGN

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[ SOUTH SALT LAKE DEVELOPMENT PLAN ]

The city of South Salt Lake is a rapidly growing community but currently has poor urban planning and land zoning. This specific area was our major focus of South Salt Lake because of its proximity to public transportation. The Utah Transit Authority has recently include this area of South Salt Lake to its stops using the Light Rail system. Throughout the analysis our group gathered information on existing transit, land use, and important businesses. From there appropriate zoning was decided based on the overlay of important aspects and proximity to transportation. Incorporating green space throughout the parcels was important for sustainability as well as providing walk-able communities.

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Throughout the Salt Lake City area the Utah Transit Authority has been greatly developed to accommodate expected population growth. Along the UTA system South Salt Lake has proposed pedestrian trails that will eventually connect to other main areas. Here is a rendering of the proposed system.


COMMUNITY CENTER [ SOUTH SALT LAKE DEVELOPMENT PLAN ]

This is one of the recreation spaces of South Salt Lake which will offer residents a community center, a walk-able park, parking for transit and business incubators. Business incubators in close proximity to the main transit center will allow for the flow of commuters and provide exceptional business opportunities to the community. The pattern of the community garden came from an art piece(near center) to provide a space that is both functional and enjoyable.


COMMUNITY DESIGN [ UTAH STATE STUDENT HOUSING]

The proposal for this site was to redesign the student housing plaza with the goal of creating an inviting space while considering fire truck standards. As a group we all collaborated with several fire lane building code designs in order to select the best for the site. The hammerhead design was the most suitable while still maintaining the linear form of surrounding architecture. Desirable paths were taken into consideration in the design process to provide direct routes from bus stops to entrances to buildings. Additionally, bands of colored pavers are on either side of the concrete to provide visual dominance of pedestrian circulation and to avoid unauthorized vehicular circulation.


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For this project there was a proposal for a mixed use development along with student housing. Along the western side a student center, stores and dinning services were proposed. Woonerfs were added down the center to support pedestrian and vehicle circulation while providing a comfortable environment. The curvature of the walkways adds for an interesting circulation pattern while considering desirable paths. To maintain safety paving patterns are established in areas of pedestrian crossing so drivers can visually see the huarache of circulation. This visual change will help make notice the importance to proceed through those spaces with caution.

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ENTRY PLAZA

[ AMPHITHEATER & PUBLIC PARK ]

This plaza space was an addition to a master plan for the Landscape Architecture Field Studio. The inspiration came from a radial pattern that starts at the main classroom and continues until the edge of the plaza. To complement the pattern of the design the overhead structures, as well as, the hard-scape match this radial pattern. The custom structure would protect people from sunlight in summer months while allowing sunlight in the winter. For a more sustainable design the paving pattern was broken up with openings in a grid pattern in which ground cover will be planted and water can infiltrate into the soil.


UNIVERSITY PLAZA [ AGGIE ICE CREAM PLAZA ]

This project was to redesign a plaza in front of the famous university ice cream shop on the Utah State campus which serves as a landmark to visitors. My project program included the use of elements such as water and fire to create interesting social gathering areas while providing enough available seating for guests. For my design inspiration I worked around with circular forms that would provide smooth pedestrian circulation while creating a monumental design. Within these spaces are different water features which provide an enjoyable background sound for a soothing experience when visiting the site.


PARK DESIGN

[ AMPHITHEATER & PUBLIC PARK ]

Included is a master plan of a multipurpose park and an amphitheater designed for the Utah State University Botanical Center. Along the edges of the amphitheater are varieties of native vegetation to emphasize sustainability in the Botanical Center and create an enclosed space for guests. The park plan is designed as a multi-use area with a boat launch, hockey rink, splash pad, and multi age specific playgrounds all surrounded by existing vegetation and added native planting to support sustainable design.

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[ AMPHITHEATER GRADING PLAN]


[ ZIP-LINE PERSPECTIVE]


PLAZA DESIGN

[ KENT CONCERT HALL UTAH STATE ]

This smaller space, which is between the Fine Arts building and the Kent Concert Hall, is designed to be a space in which students can gather as well as use to quickly get to their destination. When starting the design process circulation was a major factor. Because the concert hall has more continuous circulation it was decided that seating areas were to the north of the building. The trees would provide a buffer so they have privacy from some of the circulation as well as shade throughout the plaza.

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8. GRADIENT OF LAWN AREAS SHALL NOT EXCEED ONE FOOT OF VERTICAL CHANGE IN FOUR FEET OF HORIZONTAL DISTANCE.

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15. WHERE A SWALE IS SHOWN BY CONTRACTORS ALONG PATH, PATH SHALL PITCH 1- 1/2 % TO SWALE. IF NO SWALE SHOWN BY CONTRACTOR, PATH SHALL PITCH 1- 1/2 % IN DIRECTION OF GENERAL SLOPE OF TOPOGRAPHY.

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